Visual evoked potential vision testing (also known as VEP testing) allows us to see if your vision is deficient or suffers from problems including glaucoma, neuro-visual disorders, and more. It allows the doctors to diagnose and monitor traumatic brain injury, multiple sclerosis, and much more. By recording your electrical response, the test is able to offer us insight into your optic nerve function.

Our qualified and friendly staff enjoy working with you to ensure that the results are accurate and well done. We will first prepare your skin so that it is clean and dry. You will then have sensory pads placed on your head. After that, we will start the test by asking you to cover one eye at a time. All you will need to do is look at patterns. A computer will capture the information and begin producing a report.

Our doctor will look at the results and kindly explain all of them to you so that you do not have any questions once you leave our office.

If you have any questions regarding the visual evoked potential vision testing, contact us today at (814) 726-2303.

Warren Surgery and Laser Center

(814) 726-2303